Jorge Masvidal Takes A Shot At Floyd Mayweather

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Ernesto Cova

Controversial as he is, there's nothing more popular in the boxing industry than Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Even though he's been retired from professional boxing for quite some time now, the trouble-making superstar continues to make plenty of cash from his different endeavors, including exhibition bouts with lesser fighters.

That hasn't done much to help his reputation, but it's not like he cares that much.

Masvidal Reacts To Floyd's 'New' Jet

One that doesn't seem to be much of a fan is UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal. Recently, he called him out for flexing a new jet despite still owing Logan Paul some money:

“Despite being sued by #LoganPaul for not giving him his cut of the Pay-Per-View and the #Dubai sponsorships, #FloydMayweather flaunts a brand new purchase," the UFC star wrote.

However, little did he know that 'Money' had actually bought the jet before his fight with Paul.

Paul Wants His Money

Months ago, the YouTuber-turned 'boxer' confirmed that Mayweather still owed him several million in Pay-Per-View revenue from their 'fight' and that he intended to take him to court:

"No, he has not paid me in full," Logan told TMZ Sports. "That is a fact. Short a few mil. We're taking this one to court. See you in the courtroom. Congrats on going to prison, Floyd."

Mayweather Is Unfazed

Mayweather, however, has been around for too long and is unbothered by the allegations. He claims it'll take a while, but Paul will still get every dime:

“This comes with the territory," Floyd said on The Pivot Podcast. “To them, that’s real money, and I like the YouTubers. The money on the back end though, from pay-per-view, that takes a while. Nothing comes right away. I’m still collecting cheques from fights seven or eight years ago. They just hate when the table is turned. Be happy with the biggest payday you ever got in your life.”

McGregor Also Wants All The Smoke

Mayweather has also helped Conor McGregor stay relevant lately, as 'The Notorious' is looking forward to a rematch after their fight in 2017. However, he claims he'd only get on the ring with 'Money' again if he's willing to put his pro record on the line:

“Conor will only take the fight providing Floyd is willing to put his professional record on the line – so the fight will not be an exhibition, it will be an official fight," The Sun reported.

Yeah, that's not going to happen.